Some might wonder why I, and so many others, have moved from FA to Inkbunny-- Yes, it was over the cub porn issue, but there was so much more to it....
Inkbunny has few restrictions, little of which affect me... In fact, there's not too much different between FA and Inkbunny, except for better filters, particularly keyword filtering, something FA has promised for years, never delivering.
Both, however, are furry sites, with a very broad focus. And both are admined by furs, some of which have cub interests. This doesn't make them cub sites, but, up to the recent AUP change on FA, both were cub-friendly. This was a good thing.
I admit, I have an interest in cub porn, for my own reasons, that I really don't want or need to get into. I've also written cub porn- Namely, my two "infamous" Tiny Toons sex stories. I had good reason to bug out of FA, not just because I don't like censorship-- I don't! I'm a firm supporter of First Amendment rights, and even the stuff I find icky, I'll defend to the very death their rights to create and post it.
What, however, pissed me off about what happened on FA....
...and the thing that sets it apart from Inkbunny, considering both were in the same position....
Was that FA panicked.
For that, Kudos to the Inkbunny staff for being cool-headed, and actually attempt a constructive solution without resorting to restricting its users' rights in any way.
But I will reiterate-- Inkbunny isn't just a cub site- It's a furry site that, just like FA was, it's cub-friendly. And I'm not here just for the cub porn. I'm here because Inkbunny didn't panic, and will prosper because of it.
(idly pondering cute squirrel girls in panties....)
7 years, 9 months ago
01 Dec 2010 07:46 CET